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Albuquerque Video Production Equipment Rentals-Sony HVR-A1U Camcorder For Rent-New Mexico Video Camera Rental
Video camera rentals in Albuquerque, NM. dvDepot is a camera equipment rental company and a full service crewing facility. They offer everything including a wide range of camera crew rentals, editors and audio technicians. Start to finish dvDepot can assist you with all your production rental needs. They have a massive inventory of camera rental equipment including HD video camera rentals, spy cams for rent, lenses rentals, lighting and audio equipment services for rent as well as cables, jibs, decks, grip accessories and much more. Servicing all of Albuquerque including Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Roswell, South Valley, Farmington, Alamogordo, Clovis, Hobbs, Carlsbad, Gallup, Las Vegas, Deming, Sunland Park, North Valley, Los Alamos and all of New Mexico.
The camera uses a single three million pixel CMOS chip to capture images. The use of a CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) chip allows the camera to capture amazing high quality images while consuming less battery power and making the camera smaller overall. The Enhanced Imaging Processor (EIP), a Sony created technology, enables the camcorder to capture and process high-definition video and high resolution still images with the highest levels of contrast and detail.
The HDV 1080i specification features 1080 effective interlaced scanning lines and 1,440 horizontal pixels. Interlaced pictures, which have been common to TV broadcasts from the beginning, alternately display odd and even numbered lines between each screen refresh. The HVR-A1U can also record at the HDV 720p specification, which features 720 effective progressive scanning lines and 1,280 horizontal pixels. Progressive scanning fills both odd and even numbered lines with each refresh, providing a flicker-free picture.
Not yet ready for HD? The HVR-A1U can convert material from 1080i down to 480i and output this digital video signal through its i.LINK interface or as analog signals through component, composite, or S-video connectors. When down-converting these signals, the aspect ratio displayed can be converted from 16:9 to 4:3, and display modes can be selected from squeeze, letterbox or edge crop.
1/3-inch Type, 2.97-megapixel CMOS sensor
The HVR-A1U incorporates one 1/3-inch type primary color CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) 2.97-megapixel sensor with a formatted for a 4:3 aspect ratio. The advantage of a CMOS sensor over CCD is it's ability to process a large volume of picture data at a very small size, which makes it possible for a camera this size to capture HD video. The trade off for this kind of chip over CCD, however, is a small loss in picture uniformity and dynamic range.
dvDepot carries a wide variety of video equipment for rent including camera rentals and accessories. Their cameras available for rent range from mini-DV to the latest HD, providing the right equipment for your production’s needs. Just contact dvDepot to let their rental experts guide you through the ever-evolving landscape of digital cinema, choosing the right video format and equipment for your personal situation is crucial. Contact DVdepot for any of your Albuquerque Video Camera Rental needs. Servicing all of Albuquerque including Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Roswell, South Valley, Farmington, Alamogordo, Clovis, Hobbs, Carlsbad, Gallup, Las Vegas, Deming, Sunland Park, North Valley, Los Alamos and all of New Mexico.
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